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Aug. 1, 2021

The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Volume 33, Issue 10

Cover Story

  • Foundation Giving

    Philanthropy’s New Activism in Public Safety

    After George Floyd’s murder by police a year ago, foundations, corporations, and individuals donated billions of dollars to nonprofits in support of racial-justice and equity efforts. But the increase in funding comes at a time when homicide rates are on the rise so grant makers may come under pressure to change course — especially from politicians in regions with strong support for the police.


  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Nonprofit ‘Salary Secrecy’ Targeted in the Name of Pay Equity

    Organizations are facing pressure to be transparent about pay, particularly when hiring. Making salaries public could help close gender and racial pay gaps and end wage discrimination.
  • Diversifying Fundraising

    How to Create a Culture of Inclusive Fundraising

    Many big-gift fundraisers still overlook donors from a variety of demographic groups, even though about 14 percent of U.S. millionaires are from minority groups. That number will likely grow.